Havahart® Medium 1-Door Collapsible Easy Set® Trap
Best for Trapping:
Trapping nuisance animals has never been easier! Patented Easy Set® technology allows you to set your trap with one pull of a lever. Expert-tested and proven effective, Havahart® Easy Set® traps are the most robust traps on the market, contructed with rust-resistant galvanized steel and strudy hardware, making the handling experience safe and comfortable.
Easy to Set & Release
Simply bait the trap and then pull back the Easy Set® lever to set it with a single hand. The trip plate's sensitivity targets the animal's specific size and weight, while a solid spring-loaded door ensures a quick and secure capture. To release, just stand to the rear of the cage and pull back the Easy Set® lever. It's that easy - no more destructive digging, and no more tipped trash cans!
Safe for You and the Animal
Inside the cage, smooth, rounded edges and a strudy door lock keep the animal safely inside, while a solid hand guard limits contact with the carrier. And a rigid carry handle makes it easy to carry even large animals at a safe distance.
Effective & Trusted Since 1940
Field testing shows Havahart® traps are 3x stronger than others.
Havahart® traps are designed and tested by trapping professionals for the best efficacy and strength in the industry. Constructed of premium galvanized steel for added durability, these traps stand up to the test of time. And with the added features of a patented lever and enlarged handle guard, Easy Set® is the premium choice.
Patented East Set® Lever: Set or release in one step
Solid Hand Guard: Protect hand from animal contact
Sensitive Trip Plate: Specific for capturing large animals
Sturdy Door Lock: Keeps the animal from escaping
Patented East Set® Lever: High-tensile; strong and rust resistant
Rescued Malnourished Rabbit with Havahart TrapFebruary 20, 2011
A domestic rabbit was abandoned in a local park and the rabbit rescue that I volunteer for was contacted about it. Several volunteers attempted to rescue the rabbit on different occasions, but were unsuccessful. We finally placed a Havahart Live Trap near the overgrown area the rabbit was most frequently seen disappearing into, placing apples and bananas inside of it. The trap was monitored and in just a few hours, we caught the little malnourished rabbit and took her to the safety of the rabbit sanctuary.